Ngele Sets Sights On DStv Premiership Comeback
Former Premier Soccer League (PSL) star Mogakolodi Ngele is hoping to make a return to the DStv Premiership, according to a source close to the player. Ngele, who hails from Botswana, left South Africa last year following unsuccessful spells with Black Leopards, Chippa United, and the now Marumo Gallants.
However, the attacking midfielder is determined to make a comeback to the PSL, where he had previously made a name for himself with Platinum Stars.
Ngele was brought to South Africa by Platinum Stars from his native country and enjoyed a successful spell with the club before being loaned out to Bidvest Wits and SuperSport United. He then joined Mamelodi Sundowns but struggled to make an impact, leading to loan spells at various clubs.
Ngele returned to Botswana and signed with Township Rollers last year, where he has been in top form, scoring and creating goals for the team.
Hopeful for a DStv Premiership Comeback
A source close to Ngele revealed that the midfielder is keen on returning to the DStv Premiership.
“He is only 32 years old now and he can give you about three more seasons. So, we will see what happens because the Botswana Premier League is ending soon,” said the source.
Ngele is said to be willing to listen to offers in the Motsepe Foundation Championship, but his priority is to play in the top flight.
Looking Forward to the Future
Despite struggling in recent years, Ngele remains optimistic about his future and is eager to make a comeback in the PSL.
“He wants to come back into the PSL. He is only 32 years old now and he can give you about three more seasons,” said the source. Ngele’s impressive performances for Township Rollers have helped him regain his confidence, and he is now more determined than ever to make a mark in South African football once again.